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People's Party of Dominica (PPOP)

P-POD is a progressive political party in the Commonwealth of Dominica. Founded, November 3, 2015 by Miykal Carrington. Fueling a progressive revolution much like Bernie Sanders, P-POD advocates social and economic equality and equity along with the welfare state. P-POD demonstrates strong support for labor unions, Entrepreneurs, NGO's and Not-for-profit.

On the political spectrum the party is generally seen as positioning itself Centre-Right. Eclipsing the DFP, and now trailing the current opposition party, P-POD plans to contend for the next election. P-POD appeal to savvy constituents and is gaining widespread public attention as a result of social media and the media press.

P-POD is a strong advocate for youth development and is already tapping into the nearly 50% of independent Dominican voters. P-POD is conducting grassroots organizing efforts, educational activities, and electoral campaigns throughout the island. The objective of PPOD is to improve lives by mobilizing the people of Dominica, both in the Caribbean and in the diaspora, to build a safer, cleaner, stronger, and thriving 21st century Dominica. According to them, they have adopted the 17 Global Sustainable Development Goals which are represented by 17 colors in their logo.

Leader Miykal CARRINGTON
Founded 3 November 2015
Founded by Miykal CARRINGTON
Status Active
First election none
Ideology Communitatianism, Economic Liberalism, Cultural conservatism, Third Way, Secularism, Meritocracy, Mulracialism
Political position Centre Right
Politcal Parties of Dominica
Dominica Elections
Political Dynamics in Dominica
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